Aspen Mansion Sells for $72.5 Million, Setting Report for the Tony Colorado Town

A mansion overlooking downtown Aspen has offered for $72.5 million, according to two people today familiar with the deal. Appraiser Jonathan Miller explained the transaction sets a selling price history for a solitary-spouse and children residence in the upscale Colorado ski city.

The offer follows the sale past year of a $57.25 million residence in close by Vail, Colo., which also established a file for that place, The Wall Street Journal claimed.

The vendor is Lewis A. Sanders, founder and main government of New York investment decision business Sanders Money, the persons familiar with the deal mentioned. Mr. Sanders was formerly chairman and chief government of Sanford C. Bernstein, according to a biography on his company’s site. That corporation is now portion of AllianceBernstein.

The about 22,000-sq.-foot, 11-bed room compound, which includes a guesthouse, was procured in 2009 for $43 million, according to community data. Mr. Sanders later on renovated the assets, in accordance to a person common with the circumstance. It was not publicly outlined for sale this time close to.

The consumer is Patrick Dovigi, a retired Canadian expert hockey participant turned entrepreneur. Mr. Dovigi is president and CEO of Inexperienced For Existence Environmental, a Canadian environmental products and services and squander-management corporation.